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Resolve : a new model of therapy

Author: Richard Bolstad
Publisher: Carmarthen, Wales ; Williston, VT : Crown House Pub., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

The RESOLVE framework integrates NLP's effective brief therapy and the personal encounter of psychotherapy. Using techniques that access the deeper structure of the brain for fast, permanent change.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Bolstad
ISBN: 1899836845 9781899836840
OCLC Number: 54537748
Description: vii, 215 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Author --
Foreword --
Chapter 1. How You'll be Able to Use This Book --
The Need for Effective New Models --
NLP and the Context of Psychotherapy --
How Well Does NLP Work? --
The RESOLVE Model --
Choosing How You Use This Book --
Chapter 2. A User's Manual for the Brain --
The Use of Neurology --
Perception is Not a Direct Process --
Colouring the World --
Modalities and Submodalities --
Higher Levels of Analysis --
Remembered and Constructed Images Use the Same Pathways as Current Images --
Cross-referencing of Modalities --
Sensory Accessing and Representational Cues --
Research on the Eye-Movement Phenomenon --
Strategies --
The TOTE Model --
Meta-Levels in Strategies --
States that Regulate States --
How Emotional States Affect the Brain --
Neural Networks Are State-Dependent --
The Brain and State-Dependent Strategies: A Summary --
Chapter 3. Choices for Change --
A Range of NLP Intervention Choices --
Anchoring --
Installing a New Strategy --
Changing Submodalities --
Trancework --
Parts Integration --
Time-line Changes --
Linguistic Reframing --
Changing Interpersonal Dynamics --
Changing Physiological Contexts --
Tasking --
Chapter 4. RESOLVE --
The RESOLVE Model and the Relationship of Changework --
How People Change on Their Own --
The RESOLVE Model --
Summary: Using the RESOLVE Model --
Conclusions --
Bibliography --
Responsibility: Richard Bolstad.


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